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EJB problems when delete in a JSP page

EJB problems when delete in a JSP page

EJB problems when delete in a JSP page

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Hi, I'm developing an application with the "Business Components...." and I'm using to delete in a JSP page the next code :

<jbo:DataSource id="pr" appid="PIcaen.PIcaenModule" viewobject="TProvaView"/>
   <jbo:RowsetIterate datasource="pr">
      <jbo:Row id="fila"  datasource="pr" action="Delete">
      </jbo:Row>
   </jbo:RowsetIterate>

But that generates a JSP exception. Could anyone help me, please?
Thanks a lot in advance

RE: EJB problems when delete in a JSP page

Hi,
I couldn't get that to work either, but I found that I could delete a row by setting the row action to "Current" and using 'remove()' as shown below.

<jbo:DataSource id="pr" appid="PIcaen.PIcaenModule" viewobject="TProvaView"/>
   <jbo:RowsetIterate datasource="pr">
      <jbo:Row id="fila"  datasource="pr" action="Current">

          <% fila.remove(); %>

      </jbo:Row>
   </jbo:RowsetIterate>

   <jbo:PostChanges appid="PIcaen.PIcaenModule" />
   <jbo:Commit appid="PIcaen.PIcaenModule" />

I hope this is of help.

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